Tarralla Flow - Free Creative Community Workshops

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Come and Join us on the Tarralla Creek Trail

Bring your family and friends and join us for some fun, creative arts workshops where you get to explore, create, learn, share and even inspire others, with your stories or ideas for Tarralla Creek.

Tarralla Flow is a creative community arts project developed in partnership with Melbourne Water and the Reimagining Tarralla Creek project.

Workshops will be held from 30 March to 14 April, 2019. Check out our program of events to the right of this page, for all the details on each workshop which will be led by our very own local artists:

  • Anne Riggs
  • Aunty Irene Norman
  • Aunty Daphne Milward
  • Richard Holt

Don't miss this great opportunity to get involved! If you have a story to tell about Taralla Creek you can also choose to submit it below.

For further information about the Taralla Flow project, please telephone our Arts and Culture team on 9298 4545.


Come and Join us on the Tarralla Creek Trail

Bring your family and friends and join us for some fun, creative arts workshops where you get to explore, create, learn, share and even inspire others, with your stories or ideas for Tarralla Creek.

Tarralla Flow is a creative community arts project developed in partnership with Melbourne Water and the Reimagining Tarralla Creek project.

Workshops will be held from 30 March to 14 April, 2019. Check out our program of events to the right of this page, for all the details on each workshop which will be led by our very own local artists:

  • Anne Riggs
  • Aunty Irene Norman
  • Aunty Daphne Milward
  • Richard Holt

Don't miss this great opportunity to get involved! If you have a story to tell about Taralla Creek you can also choose to submit it below.

For further information about the Taralla Flow project, please telephone our Arts and Culture team on 9298 4545.


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  • Aunty Irene Norman, Aunty Daphne Milward and artist from Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place

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    over 1 year ago

    From the exhibition Too-roo-dun

    Aunty Daphne is a strong Yorta Yorta Woman and artist. She provided the artwork and story for the Ringwood Secondary College Indigenous Garden, which allows the Indigenous students at Ringwood and the wider community, a culturally safe space. She has a long list of achievements, and was instrumental in starting the MMIGP Choir.

    From the exhibition Too-roo-dun

    Aunty Daphne is a strong Yorta Yorta Woman and artist. She provided the artwork and story for the Ringwood Secondary College Indigenous Garden, which allows the Indigenous students at Ringwood and the wider community, a culturally safe space. She has a long list of achievements, and was instrumental in starting the MMIGP Choir.

  • Aunty Irene Norman

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    over 1 year ago

    Pair of woven vessels

    Aunty Irene is a proud Wailwan/ Wiradjuri Elder with a passion for cultural expression through art and music, recognised for producing moving works that have been inspired by her life and connection to country.

    Pair of woven vessels

    Aunty Irene is a proud Wailwan/ Wiradjuri Elder with a passion for cultural expression through art and music, recognised for producing moving works that have been inspired by her life and connection to country.

  • Anne Riggs

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    over 1 year ago

    Community textile painting from ‘Make Do Tell’ Nepal 2018

    Anne practices her art in many ways. She paints, works in clay, constructs, draws, takes photos, works with mosaics and makes artist books.

    Community textile painting from ‘Make Do Tell’ Nepal 2018

    Anne practices her art in many ways. She paints, works in clay, constructs, draws, takes photos, works with mosaics and makes artist books.

  • Richard Holt

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    over 1 year ago

    Blackboards - ringWORD (installation view)

    Richard is a writer and visual artist who creates text-based, installations, performances and interventions for public spaces. His fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies and his short story and microfiction collection, What You Might Find was published by Spineless Wonders in 2018.


    Blackboards - ringWORD (installation view)

    Richard is a writer and visual artist who creates text-based, installations, performances and interventions for public spaces. His fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies and his short story and microfiction collection, What You Might Find was published by Spineless Wonders in 2018.